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A 2002 essay to the Gravitation Research Foundation Essay Contest, Is Gravity an Induced Quantum Effect?

This paper explores the idea that Gravity is not a separate effect but is the result of an induced quantum effect which because of quantum uncertainty disturbs space-time in such a way as to cause an interaction that we call gravity.

There is a set of papers that looks closer at quantum electrodynamics posted here at archive.org by the author. The reader may want to look at these papers as well.

This essay won an honourable mention.


Language English
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